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"Blast Shatters Glass at McDonalds" A stick ot dynamite placed In front ot Mc's Saturday morning 
shattered the whole North end causing over a $1000 of damage and Mc's closed down for repairs. 
On September 19 very soon after the re-openlng ot hrs store the Mcdonald's manager had a change 
of heart. He and his store deckled to donate 50lbs of meat a week and paper cups to the Breakfast 
program. Thanks Rortafd. 

PANTHER HEADQUARTERS 
On February 18th 1970 two police officers (Stanley harmon & ralph (arson) had Just taken custody 
o! a ten yr old gHrl shoplifting suspect when they saw Albert Wayne Williams (19) standing out front 
ol the Panther Headquarters. They supposedly recognized him and knew that he had a warrant out 
lor petty larceny. So the police parked car "ST up on the sidewalk and Jumped out drawing their 
guns and Albert ran Inside. The police went to the door and demanded that he come out. KGW 
Radio was monitoring the police channels and called the HQ to see H they had been raided by the 
police yet. Inside the panthers locked the door and refused entry to the police leMing them that 

maybe they could negotiate If the police put away their guns. The policemen refused and kicked 
down the door. Albert was standing on a loft In the back ot the office holding a rifle and fired a 
warning shot above the police. Stan Harmon then shot Albert . the bullet going through his arm and 
Into his side. He was culled and taken out tho the palrol car . The police .scared that action would 
be taken against them and that the people could organize closer to their neighborhood .took Albert to 
a Hospital in the suburbs Instead of Emanuel (right down the block) and then he was moved to 
Mutnomah County Hospital where he was reported In poor condition. The shooting ot Albert triggered 
a march on City Hall the next day by an "unruly" mob. They carried signs reading "FREE THE 
PANTHERS . . JAIL THE PIGS "and "JAIL THE PIG HARMON". The regular city council session 
was In full swing when the group tossed open the tront doors ot city hall, crossed the lobby , and 
went Into the council chambers chanting" POWER TO THE PEOPLE" . The Oregon Journal reported 
that "Quickly filling the room they shouted, waved, clenched fists, and stomped on the spectator 
benches." The demonstrators, numbering about 200 trapped the city commrsfoners and Mayor Terry 
"Skunk" inside white Bin Grandy. a "Black Beret" spent half an hour addressing them on the black 
community calling lor "the removal of these undesirable policemen so many times... but it hasn't 
done any good. We just want some action'' . The demonstrators were scheduled to meet again but I 
haven! found out what became of It. The Panthers held a press conference at their headquarters to 
discuss the shooting Nick Chaivoe (Kent Fords attorney) said that there is" No justification for the 
violence that erupted ." and that Albert was "In the halls of the Multnomah County Court House every 
day of the two week Kent Ford trial and that the police also knew Williams address and could have 
arrested him there at any time rather than break Into the Panther Headquarters." Albert Williams 
recovered but was tried and convicted ot assault wilh a deadly weapon. The two policemen were 
tried andtound not guilty In fact he "did protect his llle and others in the vicinity" They even 
charged KGW with "Increasing the chance of violence 

FRED HAMPTON PEOPLES FREE HEALTH CLINIC 
MALCOLM X PEOPLES FREE DENTAL CLINIC 

The Panthers operated the health clinic, opened in 1969. on 109 N. Russel. In it's first two years 
the clinic saw between 75 and TOO people of all colors and ages, all wilh volunteer doctors and 
nurses They treated everything trom severe colds to stds. By 1971 the clinic had tesled an 
estlmalod 1 ;200 blacks for sickle-cell anemia . and lead poisoning, a common hazard duo to paint 
peeling In low Inconw neighbor hoods. The clinic opotiod at aboul 7 pm and did nol close until all 
patients were seen. 

The dental clinic , which opened two months after the medical on 2341 N. Williams, was operated 
three days per week and saw six to nine patients a day. The clinic was staffed by six dentists, 
numerous nurses, dental students and technicians, all on a volunteer basis. Despite Emanuel 
expansion and attempts by the FBI to discredit the panthers efforts, through sending letters to 
Jewish leaders In the city that said the panthers were anil- Semitic and sending letters to volunteers 
that totd them they were being used . both clinics, open to the general public, continued to treat 
about 50 patients a week through 1978 

1 he year is now 1997 and The Last Poets are still asking " ...What ch'all gonna do?" I have been 
working wHh kids steadily for 4 years now In camps, out door programs, and in the public school 
system with Dapo and operation EASY. The need, for programs like these that local Panthers put 
together In the past .seems just as strong H not more so. These people deserve props in our 
community and in our local history books. When searching for Information to write this I found 
nothing in books about the history of portland but all you can eat about the Klans history In our local 
government and bullshit racist history in the periodicals, change It now. power to the people Percy 
Hampton Oscar Johnson. Linda Thornton. Pattl. Tommy MIHs. Albert Williams. Kent Ford, and all 
others who stood up. 




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' WB: What about black capitalism 
in Portland, are the Black Panther ■ 

I or Black Burets trying to educat a _ 
people or bring that into discussion? 

BP: There are a lot of au-caUr'l ' 
black capitalists. ...... 

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BP; I think the thing*, that happened 
over this weekend might even 
change Mayfield Webb 1 a mind about 
what 1 * going on out here. May- 
tield Webb ia aiaayar and he "a got 
a lot of people working over there 
t he Albiiia C injf r» fcoe. and if 
I he sees a lot 52 people going one 
[way, he can't help but go that 
vay himself. And I think that 
1 he feela differently about thia be- 
ing that he ia an attorney, and ha 
knowi damn weU that all thoie 
bails of $40, 000, $25,000 for con. 
■ piracy to commit anon --hell, 
you can rob a bank and you don't 
get that much bait, you can rob 
the president, you can get caught 
for raping the president's woman 
and don't gat that much bail, 

WB: The Alblna Corporation cur- 
rently has a contract with the 
Navy. . . . 

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with the Navy, and I heard thay 
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[ths lllnrk community's dlafiatifllr>can 
with the Rose Feallval and Its "Illy 
white and pood lor business" orlenta 
on, drpiclinR * prosperity unlike a.1 
experienced in the Black community 
Hoping to prevent rumblings of Black 
d is salification cutlinc into while fes- 
tival business, the police decided to 
put the Blacks "in 'heir place". The 
idea bclwc If police oould provoke a 
confrontation, heal so;me people (es- 
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them »Kh punitive ball, and (cncrallv 
Lnl I mldate the Blif*. com muntly bit" 



paning In a small city with a amalT 
population of black people - 18. 000. 
Thai- don't naad no 700 poltc*, pig*, 
in hara to natch thoaa 18. 000 black* 
whan they knew they had control 
of damn naar 17, 000 of them un- 
til Uit Friday, 

WR: What KUponi wera tin po- 
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gun*, mac* and tha .38. 

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[Panther Kent Ford. "To helpl 
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BLACK PANTHER PARTY: PORTLAND CHAPTER 
For the past two years I have ofl and on been gathering Info about the Black Panther party. I have 
collected PBS's "Eyes on the Prize" and read all kinds of things from EWrkJge Cleaver's disturbing 
books, to Assatta Shakurs flight to freeom and Elaine Browns unexpected rise to lead the party 
More recently I've been reading George Jackson and was even able to catch Bobby Seale co- 
founder of the party at P.C.C. In February. During this whole lime I had no Idea that there had been a 
Portland chapter. It was Just too small of a city and way too white. Even the panther newspapers 
reported on big events happening In Oakland, LA, New York, Chicago and such but i never saw P- 
town In the ones that I checked out. {but I have only gone through about 2 yrs and the paper was In 
print from the mid sixties to the early eighties, so I ma be a mlcrof Ichln' mother when the Library 
opens again. They have almost all of them available and they are definitely worth at least checking 
out.donlbuyslarbucks 

1 had no Idea that right here In stumptown we had throughout the late sixties and on through the 
seventies our own panther chapter In the heart of the Alblna neighborhood. Although this was a 
small group (also known as the Neighborhood Committee to Combat Fascism) they were able to 
accomplish a huge amount 

KENT FORD 
"We know we have to go through emergency social changes... to liberate 

ourselves from 400 years of racism and Imperialism I'm not just talking about blacks, but Chicanes. 
Indians, and poor whites It's a struggle against the ruling class." 

On June 13 ol 1969 (Friday) there was a bunch of youth hanging out around L kilos drive-In on (the 
then) Union and Shaver. Two police officers were arresting youth for curlew violation when Panthers 
Kent Ford and Tommy Mills showed up. Ford told the police that he and the other brothers and sisters 
would see that the curfew violators would get home safely. Instead Ford was arrested and placed 
Into a patrol car. The youth got angry and turned to rioting. They surrounded the car that Ford was 
placed in and barehanded beat up one of the police ofllcers ana popped all four of the vehicles tires 
The car that Ford was In managed to escape the crowd as police reinforcements arrived. He was 
taken to the McDonalds parking lot on Fremont and Union ( now Kings Mkt) and beaten. Among other 
things that went on that night a cabby was pulled from his car and his cab went through the window of 
Welmers furniture store and there were 12 arrests {including the 2 curfew violators) 
Ford was charged with "Inciting a riot " and a $5,000 ball was set. 

That Saturday and Sunday nights policemen drove around (some drunk) without their badges, their 
Hcense plates covered, and proceeded to beat people .Including women, panthers, and Jimmy 
"Bang-Bang" Walker (who was the editor of The Northwest Clarion Defender" among other worthy 
titles in Ihe Alblna community) He was taking pictures of the police brutality thai was going on and 
was grabbed and his film exposed. A TV reporter who was there was forced by police to leave. 
Another brother who witnessed Jimmy Walker being beat tried to take pictures and his camera was 
nabbed. But on the other side. Police had their photographers out taking pictures of anybody 
Involved In the rioting or looting. Total arrests for the weekend were an outrageous 1 36, 

Thai Monday the Black Panthers and Alblna Citizens Council ( also known as the Black Berets) 
decided and announced that the white police were no longer needed or wanted In their neighborhood 
and that they would be patrollng their own peoples community On Tuesday the Panther/Beret patrols 
were In ellecl 

On January 24 Ihore was a "peoples court 'lor Ford on his riot charges nnd ho was lound nol 
gultty Backers ol tha people's court were : Neighborhood Committee to Combat Fascism ( Ihe 
Panthers) , UFW Boycott Committee, Heallh RAP, Alblna Ministers Alliance. Alblna CMIzen's 
Council, The WIHametle Bridge, and the Worker's Revolutionary Movement. On February 14 the 
Oregonlan reported "'Panther' Acquitted of Riot", happy valentines day 
from an ail white circultcourt 

In August of 1971 Kent Ford won a civil suit tha! he had filed again si Ihe City of Portland 
Officials. Ford said that he had been "manhandled" by the cops while being restrained Ford asked 
lor 50.000 dollars and recived 6,000. 

GEORGE JACKSON MEMORIAL FREE BREAKFAST PROGRAM 
In November of 1969 Ford and others began feeding children free breaklast every day before school 
between 7 and 9 AM. The meal content depended on foods that had been donated ,but the principal 
ol King School admits "the Panthers serve a much better breakfast then we do." When Kent Ford was 
asked when they would step he replled'When the government steps forward and gives our people a 
balanced diet . we'll be glad to slop." In 1970 he said the breakfasts were being served at 
IheHkjhland United Church of Christ ( 4637 NE 9th) to about "60 youngsters." By this time Ihe 
program was being run by Linda Thornton. Food stores In the area were donating goods to the 
panthers regularly, even Klenows. "It is our belief that the businessmen who lake from our 
community should leave a Utile something in return Of course, our Image can't hurt us. Some of 
them see us coming and |ust hand over the food." Ford is quoted saying in a 1971 Oregonlan article 

MC DONALDS 
Ford put pressure on the McDonalds at Fremont and Union to donate to the chikJrens free breaklast 
program in the beginning of August in 1970 , He asked for 1% of their profits or $300 cash a month. 
When the McDonalds manager refused. Ford and the panthers led a boycott for a number of reasons: 
no contributions to the Iree food program, they practiced racism towards handing out franchises, 
Panthers wanted Mc's to hire a proportionate amounl of blacks In the neighborhood to work there, and 
they were tired of the McParklnglol being a temporary command post for the police ( McPigs) Ford 
said that Ihe "Peoples Strlke"(B!acks and Whites wereon the picket line together) against 
McDonalds was designed "to cut Inlo Mcdonalds business, to show them thai being a business In a 
community means more than Jusl clearing a profit" . On the 141h there was a temporary restraining 
order against the pickets but was found illegal as restraining orders against free speech matters need 
to have a public hearing. On the 1 5th they were allowed to return to picket , but only allowed ten 
plcketers at a time and they had to keep themselves and leaflets off the property. On the 23rd Ihe 
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